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The CPIHL looks forward to hosting our fans this Friday, March 4, for CPIHL Championship Night!
Doors to historic Hersheypark Arena will open at 5:15pm.
The Viola Cup game begins at 6:15.
The Bears Cup game begins at 8:30.
There will be an ice cut between the 2nd and 3rd periods of both games.
Youth Sports Photo will be on hand to capture team photos and game action which will be available for purchase online.
Fans attending the game should enter through the booths as if they are attending an event at Giant Center. Tell the booth attendant that you are going to the CPIHL Championships at the Arena and they will wave you through. Parking for our event is FREE. You should then stay in the far left lane and proceed to the Arena/Stadium area and park there.
Please keep in mind there is a concert taking place at Giant Center that night, so early arrival - especially for those attending the Bears Cup game - is advised.
Remember, access to the Arena - except for players - won't begin until 5:15pm when doors open. Admission is $5 and covers both games. Free game programs also will be available.
We now know the four teams that will compete on CPIHL Championship Night for the right to be known as Bears and Viola Cup Champions!
With a stunning come-from-behind win, the underdogs from Elizabethtown/A-C/Middletown defeated Twin Valley on Feb. 23 and will now face the top-seeded Keystone Kraken for the Viola Cup.
And with a tight 2-1 victory over a tough Central York team, the Hershey Trojans return to the Bears Cup Final where they will get a rematch from 2020 with the top-seeded Central Dauphin Rams.
It is sure to be an outstanding night of hockey at Hersheypark Arena on Friday, March 4.
1 Central Dauphin
3 Cumberland Valley
5 Central York
6 Hempfield/Manheim Twp.
1 Keystone Kraken
2 Twin Valley
3 Susquehanna Stampede
1 Schuylkill Valley
Congratulations to Schuylkill Valley on winning the Berks Division!
Schuylkill Valley defeated Muhlenberg 2 games to 0 in their Best of 3 series to capture the title.
The CPIHL, in partnership with the Hershey Bears, has arranged for Schuylkill Valley to be recognized during on-ice ceremonies at the Bears game at Giant Center on Sunday, April 10, 2022.
Behind magnificent goaltending by Nolan Harner (38 saves on 40 shots) and offensive production from Todd Griffiths and Anthony Long (2 goals each), the Cedar Crest Falcons defeated the previously top-ranked West Shore squad 5-2 to win the Viola Cup!
It was a tough ending for a West Shore team that quickly advanced to the finals, and should not take away from their accomplishments on what was an excellent season.
Congratulations to the Falcons - the 2020 CPIHL Viola Cup Champions!
It's doesn't get much more thrilling than this one! The Central Dauphin Rams won the Bear Cup in dramatic fashion when William Hershey scored in overtime to defeat the Hershey Trojans 4-3.
The Trojans jumped out to an early 2-0 lead with goals by Toby Kauffman and Jason Rippon. But three 2nd-period CD goals (Dorman, Kiely, Smith) gave the Rams a 3-2 lead heading to the 3rd period.
A late 3rd period power play goal by Cole Buchanan led to overtime and William Hershey's heroics.
Once again CD goaltender Evan Petras was stellar in net, stopping 28 of 31 shots. In fact, Hershey outshot CD 31-20, however, Petras kept the Rams in the game with timely saves throughout.
Congratulations to the Hershey Trojans on another outstanding season, but this year the Bears Cup goes to the Central Dauphin Rams!
Bears Division – 5 of 7 Teams Advance to Postseason
Viola Division – 7 of 14 Teams Advance to Postseason
The 2018-19 Bears Cup Champions - Hershey Trojans!
The 2018-19 Viola Cup Champions - Warwick Warriors!
(Last updated 2/28/19 at 6am)
CPIHL Championship Night is this Friday, March 1. And now we know who will play for the Bears and Viola Cups!
Monday at Klick Lewis Arena, the top-ranked Hershey Trojans knocked off second-ranked Central Dauphin 4-1. Hershey goaltender Christopher Larkin stopped 27 of 28 shots he faced, and goals by Brady Bowman (2) Ian McDonald and Adam Paymer paced the Trojans to the victory. Congratulations to the Rams on a fine season that came up just short.
Hershey will face rival Palmyra for the Bears Cup championship!
In Lancaster, the Warwick Warriors outlasted Penn Manor in what was a back-and-forth game until two third-period goals proved to be the difference. Tai Stern (2) Kyle Zimmerman and Brady Zimmerman were able to get shots past Comet's netminder Pariket Mahapatra, who stopped 25 of 29 shots. For the Warriors, all-star goalie Logan Hann stopped 24 of the 26 shots he faced. Congratulations to Penn Manor on their fine season.
Warwick will face West Shore for the Viola Cup championship!
Check out the latest playoff brackets below.
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